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June 24, 2010

Restaurant reviews: Wendys

Fast food has become a necessity for many people these days, and restaurants like Wendy’s have sprung up in droves to fill this craving. In this article, I will review this dining establishment known as Wendy’s.

First, a little background information. Wendy’s was founded by Dave Thomas, a man who would always light up the television screen with his charismatic persona. Sadly, after seventy years of life, Dave died in 2002. However, Dave was able to fulfill his goal of owning and operating his own restaurant chain. So he probably died as a happy man.

As for the food, you can find a wide assortment of it at Wendy’s. A few examples would be bacon cheeseburgers, chicken nuggets, salads, yogurt, baked potatoes, fish sandwiches, fries, chili; etc. A lot of the food at Wendy’s isn’t the most healthy, but there are some foods they serve that are fairly nutritious. The salads and Frescata sandwiches, for example.

It is fast food, so don’t expect to lose weight by dining at Wendy’s. But if you’re looking for a quick filling meal at an affordable price, then Wendy’s is probably perfect for you.

The service at Wendy’s is fairly good. Sometimes the cashier can be a little moody and impatient, but what do you expect from someone who’s paid minimum wage. I’d be a little moody and impatient, too.

If it’s crowded when you go to Wendy’s, then you will wait in a line. Wendy’s is kind of similar to a cafeteria, in that respect. As for menus, they are located on the wall behind the cashier. There will also be big colorful signs advertising the latest and greatest meal that Wendy’s is offering.

When it’s your turn in line, you will tell the cashier what you want and pay. After that, you will be given a tray with your food on it. Then just pick a place to sit and eat up.

You don’t have any servers bringing your food at this restaurant, but you don’t have to tip anybody either. It’s a fair trade off. Plastic forks, knives, straws, and other helpful items are all located fairly close to where you received your food towards the front of the restaurant.

The price of the food is affordable. For a medium or large drink, fries, and a bacon cheeseburger expect to pay about seven or eight bucks. Or you could just buy some chicken nuggets for a buck or two. The chicken nuggets come in a pack of ten, just so you know.

How about the cleanliness of the restaurant? All of the Wendy’s that I have visited have been fairly clean. The bathrooms usually contain two toilets each(two for the women and two for the men).

These bathrooms could be bigger, but they’re okay for what you pay. The rest of the restaurant is clean, and sometimes you’ll see the workers cleaning the floors or something. But everything is sanitary and in good condition.

Where is Wendy’s located? It seems like they’re located almost everywhere. Probably every state in the United States has a Wendy’s in it. As for other countries, I believe Wendy’s is in the Middle East, Europe, Japan, China, Canada, and many others. Talk about a success.

In conclusion, Wendy’s is a great place to eat if you’re looking for cheap fast food. The fare isn’t the greatest in the world, but it’s pretty good for the price you pay.

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